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  1. How Does The Writer Make The Reader Feel Pity For Veronica?
    shock and surprise that how poor Veronicas family can be which makes the reader feel more sympathy towards Veronica. And also as she is not a female who fits...
  2. Both Stories Bestow Us Characters For Whom The Reader Feels Sympathy For. The Statement Is Accurate In That...
    whom the reader feels sympathy for. The statement is accurate in that both Rosaura from The Stolen Party and Njoroge from The Martyr deserve our Sympathy as they...
  3. How Does Steinbeck Present The Theme Of Loneliness Through Curley's Wife In Of Mice And Men? - Notes
    make the other guys appreciate it. Steinbeck has made the character of Curleys wife...
  4. Steinbeck And His Change Of Attitude Towards Curley's Wife
    Steinbeck uses these feelings as a way to create tension. That is the main role of Curleys wife...
  5. How Much Sympathy Does The Reader Feel For Jane Eyre At Different Stages In The Story?
    Temple and Jane was ‘not allowed to go and speak to her'. This may make the reader feel sympathy for her as she seemingly does want to speak to Helen very much and...
  6. Curley’s Wife- How Does Steinbeck Present Her In The Novella
    Curleys wife- how does Steinbeck present her in the novella As readers we first hear of her pessimistically through gossip and Candy says shes a tart, Steinbeck...
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  7. How Does Steinbeck Portays Curley's Wife?
    reader to feel. It shows that this love Francis is feeling for Nicole is so big that it is killing him. The word agony reminds the reader of a feeling ... make the reader...
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  8. How Does Steinbeck Present The Character Of Curley’s Wife?
    STEINBECK PRESENT THE CHARACTER OF CURLEYS WIFE? Curleys wife...
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  9. Of Mice And Men
    way Steinbeck makes the reader feel sympathy towards Lennie is through the Juxtaposition between Curleys aggressiveness and Lennies retreat in chapter 3. Curley...
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  10. Merchant Of Venice: Shylock, Victim Or Villain?
    his money. Shylock's relationship with Jessica seems doomed. Again, this makes the reader feel sympathy for Shylock. When Shylock tries to lend money with...
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  11. Romeo And Juliet
    It is by fate that Romeo kills himself just before Juliet wakes. It makes the reader feel sympathy. In the film (Zeferellie version) we see that Romeo kills himself...
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  12. 'Of Mice And Men'. How Does Steinbeck Present Curley’s Wife To The Reader? What Is Her Importance In The Novel?
    Steinbeck present Curleys wife to the reader? What is her importance in the novel? In order to discuss how Steinbeck presents Curleys wife to the reader...
  13. Chickmen
    his family when sitting by their gravestones in a churchyard this also makes the reader feel sympathy for pip and then he starts to imagine how his family would...
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  14. The Last Night
    everyday ideas. The sympathy is again evoked through Faulks inclusions of mundane details. In conclusion Faulkss makes the reader feel sympathy by portraying the...
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  15. Sympathy For Queen Dido
    the readers to feel unsympathetic towards Dido, he wouldnt have provided Cupids arrow as an excuse for her actions. In order to make the audience feel sympathy...
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  16. What Contribution Does Setting Make To The Novel “Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde”?
    Mr. Hyde. It makes you want to know what the strange case was and how it affected the characters. The description of the house makes reader feel mysterious. It is...
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  17. How Do You Think Golding Makes This Moment In The Novel So Frightening?
    the characters are of the hunt to find the beast and therefore makes the reader feel the same way. Golding uses repetition to build up tension thus creating...
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  18. Of Mice And Men
    Curleys Wife is not that mean and we gain more sympathy for her because her flirting and loneliness is what brought her to her death. Steinbeck uses Curleys Wife...
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  19. An Inspector Calls
    to make the audience feel sympathy for ... making Mr. Birling so arrogant and pompous, JB Priestley renders his character deeply unattractive and encourages the reader...
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  20. Write About The Ways In Which Steinbeck Presents Either Crooks Or Curley’s Wife. To What Extent Does He...
    Steinbeck presents either Crooks or Curleys wife. To what extent does he create sympathy...
  21. Humbert Humbert The Victim
    sympathy from the reader. Humbert uses understatements to make ... reader to sympathize with him even more. Right after Humbert has sex with Lolita he says that he feels...
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  22. Compare How Each Writer Makes You Feel Sympathy For The Main Characters In Each Text: ‘Out, Out –’ By Robert...
    ; life can be short and brutal. Frost makes the reader feel sympathy for the central characters by making the event seem threatening; he uses harsh onomatopoeic...
  23. How Does Mary Shelley Use Chapters 15 And 16 Of "Frankenstein" To Evoke The Reader's Sympathy For The Creature?
    written to evoke sympathy, as it is plainly obvious that Shelley wrote in many of his characteristics for the sole purpose of making the reader feel sorry for the...
  24. Rip Van Winkle
    reader feels sympathy for Rip and hopes that he will be able to escape his nagging wife. By the end of the story, the readers ... reality. His wife makes this clear...
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  25. Great Expectations
    makes the reader feel anxious for pip. He also used dead and buried to make the reader feel...
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  26. Great Expectations
    and deepest feelings, this makes us feel even more close to him. Dickens also makes us grow fond of Pip by creating sympathy for him. The reader feels sorry for...
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  27. John Steinbeck Once Said Of Curley’s Wife, ‘She’s a Nice Girl, Not a Floozy’. How Does Steinbeck Present Curley...
    Steinbeck successfully portrays this and instantly colours the readers view on Curleys wife. Curleys wifes...
  28. Dickens
    However, the use of objectives makes the reader feel scared. This is because ... sympathy for Pip. As therefore, the setting or scene had an aim to scare people and make...
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  29. Language Analysis
    reason and logic, in order to make the reader feel as though they would be silly ... feelings so I feel no regret to helping kill King Duncan!"; There can be no sympathy...
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  30. i Know Why The Cage Bird Sings
    exaggerates her experiences and makes her readers have sympathy for her. To begin ... actually a time in her life, the readers can feel for her and what she went through...
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